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The Q&A sessions Focus on African nations were held to provide interested parties with the opportunity to ask questions.

30 October 2023

Call for Decade Actions No. 06/2023 - FAQ Information Session #1


🌍 No matter where you're from, you could be eligible for one of our PhD Studentships – open to high-calibre students of all nationalities.

Find out more and apply today: https://ow.ly/j7R050PZEfU


The Decade Collaborative Centre for Ocean Climate Nexus and Decade Implementing Partners in P.R.China (DCC-OCC) are launching a new Community of Practice. We would like to invite you to join the webinar next week to learn more about the DCC-OCC, how they can support your work, and how you can engage with the Community of Practice to connect, collaborate, and exchange ideas on this important topic. Please see below the details to join the webinar:

Monday, November 27th, 2023
21:00-22:30 (China Standard Time) - 12:00-13:30 (CV Time)


Meeting ID: 2515 941 3087
Password: 20231127


Today is the birthday of Prof. Dr. David Needham, a microbial oceanographer at GEOMAR in Germany and his research focuses on the diversity, dynamics, and interactions among microorganisms in the ocean. In our Master's Programme, he is one of the lecturers in charge of the module Marine Microbiology in our Master's Programme.

From us, the WASCAL Cabo Verde team, we are pleased to wish him a happy birthday and all the best in his career.


Are you an academic from Sub-Saharan Africa and want to advance your education, contributing to sustainable development in your home country? The DAAD’s In-Country/In-Region scholarship programme offers support!

Our scholarships promote the training of future professionals and university teachers in developing countries, focusing on postgraduate and doctoral programmes. By investing in higher education, we aim to empower professionals and leaders who can drive the political, economic, and social success of their home countries.

Scholarship funding:
- Tuition fees
- Monthly scholarship rate
- Study and research allowance
- Printing allowance for final thesis
- Travel allowance (for In-Region Scholarship holders)
- Health insurance contribution (for In-Region Scholarship holders)

The deadline for applications is 23 November 2023. You can find more information on the programme and the link to the DAAD scholarship database here: ➡️ https://www.daad.de/en/information-services-for-higher-education-institutions/further-information-on-daad-programmes/in-countryin-region-programme-in-developing-countries/

Photos from WASCAL Cabo Verde's post 22/11/2023


The Canary Current Large Marine Ecosystem (CCLME), which covers 7 north-west African countries (Cabo Verde, The Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Morocco, Mauritania, and Senegal), is one of the most productive and diverse large marine ecosystems in the world. It features a wide range of marine and coastal habitats, including wetlands, estuaries, seagrass beds, mangroves, and coral communities that are home to many endemic and migratory species.

It is within this context that the Scientific Symposium on the Large Marine Ecosystem of the Canary Current (CCLME) is taking place from 20 to 22 November 2023 in Bissau, Republic of Guinea Bissau.

The symposium aims to bring together experts from various backgrounds to share their knowledge and experience to address priority transboundary issues concerning the decline of fisheries resources, habitat degradation, associated marine biodiversity and the deterioration of water quality in the CCLME, based on scientific findings.

Is attended by MSc. Abubacarr Kujabie, our WASCAL CV alumni student from the second batch, representing National Environmental Agency, The Gambia.
MSc. Seydouba Soumah, also our WASCAL CV alumni from first batch. Prof. Dr. Arne Körtzinger, from GEOMAR, Helmholtz-Zentrum für Ozeanforschung Kiel.
MSc. Rui Freitas from The Atlantic Technical University (UTA).


Coordinator of and at WASCAL, Dr. Bruno Korgo joins other West African experts to explore the challenges,opportunities and potentials of green hydrogen in the region. Ecreee - Ecowas Centre for Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency


Today is the birthday of Dr. Corrine Almeida, WASCAL-CV Director

She has been in charge of our programme since the beginning and one of the responsible persons to bring WASCAL to Cabo Verde. She got the PhD in Biological Oceanography and is a lecturer in the ISECMAR-UTA.
And she is still one of the lecturers in charge of the General Oceanography module of our Master's Programme on Climate Change and Marine Sciences.

From us, the WASCAL Cabo Verde team, we are pleased to wish her a happy birthday and all the best in her career.


Today is the birthday of our alumni student from the third batch, Wise Goodluck Datsomor, from Ghana.
The WASCAL Cabo Verde team, are wishing him all the best, success in his career and a happy birthday


🌊BLUE AFRICA SUMMIT 2023: Dr. Corrine Almeida to Participate in Round Table 2 Discussions

Save the Date: November 16-17, 2023
Location: Tangier, Morocco
Under the High Patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI

Embark on a journey into Africa's maritime future with the BLUE AFRICA SUMMIT, unfolding in Tangier, Morocco, on November 16th and 17th, 2023, under the esteemed patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI.

Dr. Corrine Almeida, Director of WASCAL CV, will participate in the summit at Round Table 2 on November 17. The session, themed "Ocean, Knowledge, and Climate," will explore impacts, sea level rise, erosion, extreme phenomena, and biogeographic hazards.

Key Objectives:
Engage Authorities: Mobilize national and local authorities across the continent to develop innovative and transformative actions for coastal regions through regional cooperation projects.
Empower Entrepreneurs: Collaborate with African entrepreneurs to construct sustainable economic and financial models for the future.
Protect the Ocean: Encourage initiatives that combine scientific expertise, civic commitment, and development to safeguard the ocean.

Why it Matters:
As Africa stands at the intersection of Africa and Europe, the summit aims to address the major challenges facing Africa's maritime domain by 2030. The event unites political leaders, elected representatives, economic stakeholders, scientists, maritime users, and civil society actors for two days of impactful dialogue.

Join this pivotal moment as we collectively shape the future of Africa's seascape. Together, we will pave the way for a sustainable blue economy and a harmonious maritime environment.

More info and schedule, please acess: https://www.blueafricasummit.com/en/


Today is the birthday of our alumni student from the first batch, Mayara Lourenço, from Cabo Verde.
The WASCAL Cabo Verde team, are wishing her all the best, success in her career and a happy birthday


Today is the birthday of Eng. António Varela, Dean of the ISECMAR - UTA

"He is a possessor of an extensive history in teaching and innovation, both in Cape Verdean universities and abroad, and has also held 'high management positions' in higher education in Cabo Verde."

From us, the WASCAL Cabo Verde team, we are pleased to wish him a happy birthday, all the best and success in his career.

Photos from WASCAL Cabo Verde's post 08/11/2023

Nongma KABORE, our WASCAL CV alumni student from the second batch, recently started his PhD program at the African Research Centre on Air Quality and Climate (ARCAQC), affiliated with the University Mohammed VI Polytechnic (UM6P). His research is jointly co-directed by both prestigious academic institutions, namely Leipzig Institute for Tropospheric Research (TROPOS) and UM6P. He will be conducting his research in both institutions by investigating the Saharan dust composition and its impact on the air quality and level of exposure to the local population.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Mr. Nongma Kabore on this exceptional opportunity and wish him every success in his pursuit of a Ph.D.


Today, November 6th, is the International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict

On this International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict, we are reminded of the crucial need to protect our planet during times of conflict. The world is currently facing two significant conflicts, which serve as stark reminders of the impact of war on the environment.

War and armed conflicts not only result in human suffering and loss of life, but they also have severe environmental consequences. These consequences include damage to ecosystems, pollution of natural resources, and the destruction of critical infrastructure. In one of these conflicts, there have been reports of environmental damage due to military activities, including damage to water sources and industrial facilities, potentially leading to long-term ecological consequences.

Similarly, in the other conflict, the environment has also been affected as a result of military actions. The use of explosives and the destruction of infrastructure can lead to soil and water contamination, posing risks to both human health and the environment.

On this International Day, it is essential to recognize the importance of safeguarding our environment during times of conflict. Preventing the exploitation of the environment in war and armed conflict is not only a moral imperative but also crucial for the well-being of future generations. It underscores the necessity of international cooperation and agreements to protect our planet even in the midst of adversity. By addressing the environmental impact of conflicts, we can work towards a more sustainable and peaceful world for all.

Photos from WASCAL Cabo Verde's post 05/11/2023

Gérard Zinzindohoué, our WASCAL CV alumni student from the first batch, recently took part in a two-week, eye-opening journey at the ISA-China JTRC Training Workshop on marine science and technology in Qingdao, China. The workshop provided a perfect blend of theory and practice, allowing participants to delve deep into the world of marine science. From exploring the mysteries of deep-sea ecosystems to visiting renowned ocean-related institutions, he had an amazing learning experience. He is excited to apply this knowledge and make contributions to the field. He expresses his gratitude to the International Seabed Authority (ISA) and the China Joint Training Research Center (China JTRC) for providing this opportunity to be part of a global initiative!


2024 Ocean Decade Conference: Launch of calls for posters and oral presentations!

Take this opportunity to demonstrate your commitment to science-driven ocean solutions to the existing and future challenges facing the ocean and humankind!

Hosted by Spain and co-organized with UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC/UNESCO) in its role as the coordinating agency of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (2021-2030), the 2024 Ocean Decade Conference will take place on 10-12 April 2024, the culmination of an Ocean Decade Week running from 8-12 April in the coastal city of Barcelona.
More info: https://oceandecade-conference.com/home.php

Take part in the 2024 Ocean Decade Conference!

More info in:https://oceandecade.org/wp-content/uploads/OceanDecade24_Call-for-Posters.pdf
Aplly: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/poster_2024

More info in:https://oceandecade.org/wp-content/uploads/OceanDecade24_Call-for-Presentations.pdf
Aplly: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/presentation-2024

Applications for the two calls must be submitted before 23:59 (CET)/ 22:59 (CV Time) on 1 December 2023.

For more information, please contact
The Ocean Decade Team: [email protected]


Webinar for the Launch of the 2nd Edition of the ECOWAS Sustainable Energy Journal (ESEJ)

We are thrilled to share the exciting news about the Webinar for the launch of the 2nd Edition of the ECOWAS Sustainable Energy Journal (ESEJ)!

Date: November 7, 2023
Time: 10:00 AM [14:00 EAT, 13:00 CET, 12:00 WAT, 10:00 CVT]

The ESEJ is a product of the CEREEC Research Scholarship Program, granting scholarships to teams of young researchers to develop thematic articles on energy. The initiative aims to prepare the region's youth to become competitive global leaders in the field of energy.


Please click on the following link to register and confirm your attendance by November 3, 2023.
https://kas-de.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_N5R-Q_xCQKaOsF0uRsNgcg #/registration

Join us for this must-attend event! Participate in the Webinar and be part of this journey toward a sustainable energy future.


Ocean Decade x OceanX Pavilion: An Ocean Solutions Partnership
Call for Event Submissions

OceanX and UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, as the coordinator of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development, are jointly hosting a Pavilion in the blue zone of UNFCCC COP28. The Pavilion's main objective is to promote the pivotal role of science, media, technology, and education in achieving ocean-based solutions for climate action and sustainable development. It will serve as an informal space for showcasing innovative ocean solutions, fostering dialogue, and contributing to the global climate agenda.

More info in:

Submissions for events will close on 8 November 2023 at 23:59h (CET)
Apply in the end of the page from first link



IRD in collaboration with WASCAL, CEA-CCBAD, the University Félix HOUPHOUËT-BOIGNY and the African Centers of Excellence, invites you to the second webinar of the Climate Services for Risk Reduction in Africa, 2023 (CS4RRA)'s initiative on the theme: "Climate and environmental services for water excess management in the West African region".

At the CEA-CCBAD Auditorium, Bingerville, University Félix Houphouët Boigny (UFHB), Côte d'Ivoire
Monday, November 06, 2023 From 8H00 to 12H30 (UTC-1), Cabo Verde time


You can register to attend the event online from this platform:

Photos from WASCAL Cabo Verde's post 28/10/2023

Let´s meet our students from the 3rd batch that finished and know a bit of their experience during this Master's Programme.

Today, a brief resume of, the experience of Almoustapha Amadou Malam Lacho, from Niger:

Almoustapha, a student from Niger, gained valuable experience in climate change and marine science through the WASCAL Master's program. Notably, he underwent shipboard training on the German research vessel Polarstern, improved his programming skills, and developed an interest in regional climate modeling and climate change impacts during his three-week visit to the Climate Service Center Germany (GERICS). These experiences deepened his passion for climate change and marine sciences.

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The Ocean Decade is looking for new expert members of its Decade Advisory Board

Deadline: 30 October 2023

As part of the Decade Advisory Board, the new expert members will play a key part in building the Ocean Decade roadmap to 2030 and have a strong presence at high-level events such as the 2024 Ocean Decade Conference and the 2025 United Nations Ocean Conference!

The Decade Advisory Board (DAB) is a multi-stakeholder advisory body that assists the Secretariat of the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO in performing its function as coordinator of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development, 2021-2030 (the ‘Ocean Decade’).

More in: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2024_DAB
PDF: https://oceanexpert.org/document/33039


Congratulations to Mr. Peter Rock Ebo ODOOM

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Mr. Peter Rock Ebo ODOOM for his outstanding achievement in successfully defending his DRP-WACS Ph.D. dissertation on October 20th. Dr. ODOOM's research focused on the crucial topic:

"Influence of Climate Change on Hydrological Drought in the Volta River Basin."

In this research, he meticulously explored the Volta River Basin's vulnerability to hydrological drought and delved into the potential impacts of climate change on meteorological drought within the region. The utilization of the SWATplus model for simulating the basin's water balance and the evaluation of the impact of future climate on hydrological droughts were integral aspects of his work.

Mr. ODOOM's research yielded significant insights, notably the accurate climate representation by the NEX-GDDP model in comparison to CMIP6. His wavelet analysis revealed cycles with periodicities ranging from 1 to 16 years, corresponding to periods of drought and wetness. The projected streamflow exhibited a noteworthy increase in the future, aligning with projected precipitation, which indicates an enhanced risk of flooding in the Volta River Basin. This outcome poses substantial threats to agriculture, infrastructure, and human well-being.

We are proud to acknowledge the diligent guidance and support provided by Mr. ODOOM's academic mentors and supervisors:

Chair of the viva-voce:

Prof. P. G. OGUNTUNDE, FUTA, Nigeria
Prof. I. A BALOGUN, FUTA, Nigeria
Prof. H. PAETH, Germany
Dr. B. J. ABIODUN, South Africa

Mr. ODOOM's dedication to his research and the profound insights he has uncovered are a testament to his academic excellence and commitment to addressing critical issues related to climate change and its impact on hydrological drought. We wish him continued success in his academic and research journey.

Now, once again, congratulations, to Dr. Peter Rock Ebo ODOOM, on this remarkable accomplishment. Your dedication and contributions to the field of environmental science are truly commendable.

Photos from WASCAL Cabo Verde's post 23/10/2023

It's Action Time! Ocean Decade Call No. 06/2023

The Ocean Decade envisions "the science we need for the ocean we want" and offers a framework for global collaboration. It aims to co-design and deliver scientific knowledge and partnerships, fostering a better understanding of the ocean system and providing science-based solutions in line with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

How to Contribute:
Co-design of Decade Actions
Expression of Interest for Decade Programmes
Ocean Decade Projects
Ocean Decade Contributions

Please note that each part of the Call has its submission form and deadline, so review the documentation carefully.

More Information:

Applicants are encouraged to consult the Guidance Note for Applicants for Call for Decade Actions No. 06/2023 for detailed information.

Information Sessions:

Focus on African nations: October 30, 2023 | 06:30 to 07:30 (CVT)

Focus on Caribbean SIDS: October 30, 2023 | 12:30 to 13:30 (CVT)

General Info Session: October 31, 2023 | 10:30 to 11:30 (CVT)

Submit your Action via the Ocean Decade Network


Today is the birthday of Mr. Odair Ramos, WASCAL CV Staff

He has been part of our team since June, 2020 and has been working as our driver and actually he is our accountant. Musician by hobby, participating as singer in many activities of our programme.

From us, the WASCAL Cabo Verde team, we are pleased to wish him a happy birthday and all the best in his career.

Photos from WASCAL Cabo Verde's post 21/10/2023

Let´s meet our students from the 3rd batch that finished and know a bit of their experience during this Master's Programme.

Today, a brief resume of, the experience of Massitan Beny Dembele, from Mali:

Massitan, a dedicated advocate for atmospheric science and climate change from Mali, joined the WASCAL program in Cabo Verde, focusing on climate change and marine science to contribute to global efforts, especially in Africa. This transformative journey exposed her to diverse cultures, formed international friendships, and honed crucial skills. Collaborations with institutions like GEOMAR, OCSM, and TROPOS were pivotal for her professional growth. A standout experience was a two-week research cruise aboard the German vessel Polastern. WASCAL enriched her research capabilities and emphasized cooperation with peers. She recommends the program for expertise in climate change and marine science.

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Today is the birthday of Dr. Marie Bonnin from the University of Toulouse - France

She is the lecturer that ministered the modules Marine Governance and Law, Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning in our Master's Programme.

From us, the WASCAL Cabo Verde team, we are pleased to wish her a happy birthday and all the best in her career.

Photos from WASCAL Cabo Verde's post 20/10/2023

Experience of Daniel Tetteh Quaye during the German Federal President’s Visit to the CVAO

"As part of the activities during the Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier’s visit to the Cabo Verde Atmospheric Observatory (CVAO) to know this infrastructure and lay a foundation stone for a new laboratory building, I was privileged to be invited to make a poster presentation.

The poster focused on my thesis research within the WASCAL Master’s program in Climate Change and Marine Sciences on the investigation of seasonal patterns of atmospheric nutrient fluxes to the eastern tropical North Atlantic Ocean. It also highlighted the hands-on experiential training fostered by the Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research (TROPOS) and the CVAO who both serve as a partnering consortium of the graduate program.

I had an exciting experience discussing my research not only with fellow researchers but also with government officials and diplomats — the later engagement I especially enjoyed as many of these individuals are involved in shaping policy. I received positive feedback on my work and was encouraged by the interactions I had. This was a prime ground for networking. It was an honor to have met both the German Federal President and the Cabo Verdean President José Maria Neves at this landmark event.

This was an enriching experience for my professional development. I am grateful to the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) through the WASCAL framework for the funding as well as TROPOS for supporting my participation."

Daniel Tetteh Quaye, a graduate of the WASCAL Master Programme on CCMS, is currently pursuing a PhD at TROPOS, where the CVAO is operated in partnership with three other institutions. During the completion of his master's degree, he utilized long-term data from the CVAO in his thesis research.


Mark your calendar for 2nd November 2023 and join the first public webinar of the Ocean Decade Vision 2030 process!

A milestone initiative of the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development 2021-2030 (‘Ocean Decade’), this process led by ten Expert Working Groups aims to refine strategic ambitions for each of the Ocean Decade Challenges in the form of White Papers to be unveiled at the 2024 Ocean Decade Conference in Barcelona, Spain, in April 2024.
This webinar will provide insights into the roadmap and framework of the Vision 2030 by:

Facilitating broad Ocean Decade stakeholder engagement in the Vision 2030 process;
Collecting initial inputs and feedback on the Vision 2030 and the work of the Working Groups;
Showcasing initial outputs of the White Papers;
Setting out the mechanism for further detailed engagement in the process moving forward.

Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to engage actively in the crafting of the ten White Papers, shaping the future of ocean science and sustainable development!


2nd November 2023

SESSION 1: 09:00 am – 10:30 am CET

SESSION 2: 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm CET

Your participation and insights are valuable to ensure the success of the Ocean Decade and our collective mission to protect and preserve our ocean.

Can’t attend either session? Don’t worry, they will be recorded and uploaded on the Ocean Decade website (https://oceandecade.org/) afterwards!

For more information, please contact:
Vision 2030 Team ([email protected])


ECOP Togo Node
Diverse Expertise in ECOP Togo:

Within ECOP Togo, three distinguished individuals bring their unique skills and expertise, representing different batches of the master's research program in Climate Change and Marine Sciences.

Emmanuel Dkawlma Tora (WASCAL CV 2nd Batch): As the ECOP Togo lead coordinator, Emmanuel's expertise lies in climate change and marine science. His passion for environmental sustainability is evident in his research focus on climate adaptation and plastic pollution mitigation, specifically for coastal resilience. Emmanuel plays a central role in steering ECOP Togo towards impactful environmental endeavors.

Kodjo Olivier Assokpa, (WASCAL CV 3rd Batch): Kodjo, holding a Master's degree in Climate Change and Marine Sciences, serves as the General Secretary of ECOP Togo. His research revolves around assessing the spatio-temporal variability of Chlorophyll-a across Cabo Verde Island using Remote Sensing Data. In his role, Kodjo ensures the effective implementation of policies, fosters stakeholder engagement, and takes charge of program design to drive ECOP Togo's mission.

Agnessa Tadouna, (WASCAL CV 1st Batch): Agnessa contributes his expertise in climate change and marine sciences to ECOP Togo. With a background in climate and meteorological sciences, he currently works as a marine weather forecaster at the Togo Meteorological Agency. His long-term goal is to enhance marine sciences in Togo through an academic career, enriching the nation's understanding of ocean science and meteorology.

These three individuals exemplify the rich pool of talent within ECOP Togo, each dedicated to fostering ocean literacy, sustainable practices, and environmental conservation in their unique ways. Their diverse backgrounds and experiences collectively contribute to the success of ECOP Togo's mission.


ECOP Senegal Node

Connecting Ocean Professionals in Senegal

ECOP Senegal welcomes all Senegalese or residents early in their careers in ocean-related fields to join the ECOP Senegal network. Our mission is to empower the next generation of ocean leaders and contribute to the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development through knowledge-sharing and networking.

Meet the ECOP Senegal Coordination Team where two of them are WASCAL CV alumni students:

Amadou Biteye (WASCAL CV 3rd Batch): Coordinator of ECOP Senegal and is currently a master's research student on Climate Change and Marine Sciences at Atlantic Technical University, Cabo Verde, within the framework of WASCAL (West African Science Service Centre on Climate Change and Adapted Land Use). His research contributes to the NOAA project focusing on zooplankton size distribution in the tropical Atlantic.

Ousmane Badji (WASCAL CV 1st Batch): An Agro-Environmentalist and Ph.D. Candidate on Climate Change and Land Use, serves as the General Secretary of ECOP Senegal. He oversees the organization's proper functioning, planning, and project drafting.

Ouleymata Gaye: Ouleymata is one of the ECOP Senegalese coordinators and a Ph.D. student at Felix Houphouet Boigny University, Côte d’Ivoire, within the framework of WASCAL. Her research focuses on climate change and biodiversity, specifically the conservation and sustainable management of the "cassava croaker" fish species on the West African coast.

ECOP Senegal's Initiatives Include:

An inclusive National ECOP recruitment plan.
Capacity development programs.
Ocean literacy and outreach activities.
Media and communication efforts.
Fundraising for ocean sustainability projects.
For inquiries, contact: [email protected]

Photos from WASCAL Cabo Verde's post 17/10/2023

Three PhD VIVA-VOCES at University of Lomé on October 18th and 19th, 2023
Join Us for Three Upcoming PhD Defenses at the University of Lomé!

We're thrilled to invite you to three remarkable PhD defenses at the University of Lomé next week, featuring candidates from Mali, Benin, and Togo.

📆 Save the Dates:

Wednesday, October 18th, 2023 at 9:00 am GMT

Thursday, October 19th, 2023 with two sessions at 9:00 am and 2:00 pm GMT
These defenses promise to be insightful and inspiring as these candidates present their research findings and expertise.

🌐 You can join us online for all three PhD defenses via Zoom. Here are the details:

Zoom Link of the three defenses: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86993895805?pwd=HWPLZw5Z53eQRC8VECgbk5ttSNXIFk.1
Meeting ID: 869 9389 5805
Password: 865293

Don't miss this opportunity to support these scholars on their academic journey. We look forward to your virtual presence at these significant events!


ECOP Niger Node

ECOP Niger is a community of Early Career Ocean Professionals dedicated to understanding the connections between landlocked nations like Niger and the oceans. Despite its lack of coastlines, Niger plays a vital role in ocean management and study, highlighting the interdependence between landlocked regions and oceans.


Foster Knowledge Exchange: They promote the exchange of knowledge to deepen understanding of the oceans' impact on climate, ecosystems, and resources for landlocked nations.
Advocate for Ocean Sustainability: ECOP Niger champions responsible practices to safeguard the oceans' health.
Explore Cross-Border Linkages: Research examines how changes in ocean conditions influence freshwater resources, climate patterns, and livelihoods in Niger.
Bridge the Knowledge Gap: They promote ocean literacy and education for informed decision-making.
Global Ocean Stewardship: ECOP Niger engages in international ocean dialogues, representing the landlocked perspective and collaborating on solutions.

WASCAL CV Alumni students ECOP Niger Coordination Unit:

Almoustapha Amadou Malam Lacho (WASCAL CV 3rd Batch): Main coordinator working to expand the ECOP network in Niger.

Samira Moussa Idrissa (WASCAL CV 2nd Batch): Project manager responsible for program design and project development.

These professionals from the WASCAL Cabo Verde master's research program contribute to ECOP Niger's mission with their expertise.

More details on: https://www.ecopdecade.org/niger/

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